They had a flawless start to their 16-day visit to Australia, Fiji, Tonga and New Zealand in Sydney on Tuesday.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry shared the news that they're expecting their first child on Monday and now a body language expert has suggested that there's one clue which gave away Meghan's pregnancy but no one picked up at it.
Missy took to Instagram after meeting the royals at a reception hosted by the Governor-General and revealed: "What an honour to meet the lovely Duchess today!"
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, arrived with the gift of much-needed rain and cheer on Wednesday for the rural Australian city of Dubbo, where farmers are struggling with a prolonged drought.
Ms Blatchford was also full of praise for Meghan, who she says was impressed by one particular country approach to decoration. What a trooper. Prince Harry was gorgeous too, a real charmer.
In other matters cake-related, after dedicating the new plane at the Royal Flying Doctors Service at Dubbo Airport, Prince Harry bent down and sniffed a large buttercream cake before cutting it to mark the occasion.
Then, holding hands, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex walked across to the children from each of the region's schools and spent several minutes chatting with them.
'Sixty-four-years-ago my grandparents, the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh were right here visiting all of you.
"When Harry came over to me, he came over first, he said "girls can do anything" because that's what it says on my shirt", she said. That resilience, sense of humour and commitment to the land are what make you unique. "It must be hard not to lose hope when you endure so many dry months, end on end, knowing that you are powerless to do anything about it".